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Document type:
journal article 
Author(s):
Geile, D; Osterholzer, G; Rosenberg, R 
Title:
[Diagnostics and conservative treatment of anal incontinence] 
Abstract:
Anal incontinence is diagnosed primarily by clinical and proctologic examination. Etiological factors of the disease are found in 85% of the patients by additional examinations. Motility dysfunction of colon and rectum has to be excluded (stenosis, dyschezia, internal hernias). Because anal incontinence is a multifactorial disease as a rule, the single compounds have to be diagnosed and have to undergo therapy. Accordingly, useful investigations are: endorectal ultrasound (defect of muscle, infl...    »
 
Journal title abbreviation:
Wien Med Wochenschr 
Year:
2004 
Journal volume:
154 
Journal issue:
3-4 
Pages contribution:
76-83 
Language:
de 
Print-ISSN:
0043-5341 
TUM Institution:
Chirurgiesche Klinik und Poliklinik